30 Dogs Believed Dead After Kennel Fire in Western Michigan
I will start by saying this is an absolutely heartbreaking story. So many families are devastated after their losing their furry loved ones in a fire that broke out overnight (3/30/18) in western Michigan.
According to ABC12, at about 4:40 a.m. Friday at Storm's Ahead Kennels in Muskegon County's Fruitport Township a fire broke out killing around 30 dogs. Many of the dogs had been dropped off earlier by families that were leaving town for Easter weekend. So I would have to assume some of those families are still unaware that their pets are gone.
The owner that lives on the property noticed the kennel was on fire when firefighters arrived. Apparently, it was so engulfed that there was no possible way to do a rescue.
At the moment, the cause of the fire is unknown.
I can't imagine dropping my dog off for the weekend and then getting a call later saying he was killed in a massive fire. I feel so bad for those families who lost their pets.